bookmania:

Have you ever seen a cool museum of bookmarks? As promised, I’m featuring these fancy bookmarks from Bookay-Ukay bookshop in Quezon City, Philippines. Each bookmark is unique. They are all amazing!

fluttering-slips:

From the Telephone

Out of the dark cup
Your voice broke like a flower.
It trembled, swaying on its taut stem.
The caress in its touch
Made my eyes close.

Florence Ripley Mastin

filmchrist:

straight boy entitlement

"Only poets are innocent enough to invent such monstrosities."
Charles Baudelaire. Fanfarlo. Translated by Edward K. Kaplan. (Brooklyn: Melville House, 2012): 36. (via thesewindmills)
shoplarkabout:

Artist Steven Holland finds beauty amid drought’s devastation (Bronwyn Watson, The Australian)

In 2000, during the so-called millennium drought, Steven Holland decided to move to Soglio, a sheep-farming property belonging to one of the early settler families at Michelago on the outskirts of Canberra.
For Holland it was a time of despair as he walked around the property finding the skulls of sheep scattered throughout the drought-ridden landscape.
He was profoundly affected by the suffering of the sheep and, as a result, he began to think about the way 19th-century British culture had been transplanted to Australia, about the predicament of introduced animals brought to this country, and the effects of drought on both animals and people. In response to his musings, and in an attempt to find beauty in the face of devastation, he produced a series of sculptures made from the sheep skulls he found on the property…

shoplarkabout:

Artist Steven Holland finds beauty amid drought’s devastation (Bronwyn Watson, The Australian)

In 2000, during the so-called millennium drought, Steven Holland decided to move to Soglio, a sheep-farming property belonging to one of the early settler families at Michelago on the outskirts of Canberra.

For Holland it was a time of despair as he walked around the property finding the skulls of sheep scattered throughout the drought-ridden landscape.

He was profoundly affected by the suffering of the sheep and, as a result, he began to think about the way 19th-century British culture had been transplanted to Australia, about the predicament of introduced animals brought to this country, and the effects of drought on both animals and people. In response to his musings, and in an attempt to find beauty in the face of devastation, he produced a series of sculptures made from the sheep skulls he found on the property…

televandalist:

Here’s a gif of a vine of a video of a flipbook of a gif of a rollercoaster. 

televandalist:

Here’s a gif of a vine of a video of a flipbook of a gif of a rollercoaster. 

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Erik J. Hayes
Tumblr: erikjhayes.tumblr.com

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Erik J. Hayes

Tumblr: erikjhayes.tumblr.com

uponsorrowfuleyes:

Artfully Artless Craft’s 3rd Giveaway!

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  • This giveaway ships internationally
  • Winner will be picked June 30th, 2014

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  • One hand painted mink skull necklace
  • One Artfully Artless designed Cicada sticker
  • One adjustable doll eye ring
  • One Intaglio cicada print
  • One stress relief vial charm
  • One protection vial charm
  • One Lavender herb ball necklace
  • One Blue moonstone charm necklace
  • One butterfly wing necklace
  • One hand made wand

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maudelynn:

Grumpy Little Star ~ 1900s Paper Moon Portrait 
via ebay.com

maudelynn:

Grumpy Little Star ~ 1900s Paper Moon Portrait 

via ebay.com

"I love you as the plant that doesn’t bloom but carries the light of those flowers, hidden, within itself,
and thanks to your love the tight aroma that arose from the earth lives dimly in my body."
Pablo Neruda (via petrichour)
maudelynn:

Amazing 1920s French Postcard
via http://halloleidenschaft.blogspot.com

maudelynn:

Amazing 1920s French Postcard

via http://halloleidenschaft.blogspot.com